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WIKIAlps and AlpES
The WIKIAlps project and the AlpES project focus on different thematic issues in the Alpine space; a 'balanced and shared territorial developement' and 'ecosystem services as a regional/transregional governance framework' respectively. They do, however, share a common goal of making information easily accessible to all actors in the Alpine space in order to promote sound decision-making and a sustainable development in the Alps. In line with this goal, AlpES project information and results are intergrated into the WIKIAlps website, so that information relevant for a sustainable, balanced and shared territorial development in the Alps can be found in one place.
AlpES – Alpine Ecosystem Services – mapping, maintenance and management
AlpES's overall aim is to introduce ecosystem services as a regional/transnational environmental governance framework and train and support public authorities, policy makers, NGOs, researchers and economic actors – the AlpES target groups – in understanding, valuing and managing them. On this website you can find: background information on the AlpES project, a description on the different project work packages, and the latest project results. To create your own ecosystem services maps, you can use the AlpES interactive WebGIS.
Alpine Space
The AlpES project
The AlpES project runs from December 2015 until December 2018 and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme. Find more information on the project homepage.
WIKIAlps – for a sustainable spatial development in the Alpine space
WIKIAlps aims to facilitate a balanced and shared territorial development in the Alpine Space providing operative information ready-to-use for spatial policy design. What can you find in WIKIAlps? All about Alpine spatial development seen from three different perspectives:

Project perspective - Re-organised outcomes of selected Alpine Space projects.
Policy perspective - Identification of transnational needs in spatial development on the basis of selected official documents.
Stakeholder perspective - Competences matrix of stakeholders involved in spatial development in the Alpine Space.

To start the WIKIAlps experience use the road map below, the navigation menu on the left, the word cloud on the right or the search function at the top of the page. You can also browse articles by theme using the taglist.
WIKIAlps road map
WIKIAlps Final Conference
To support a balanced and shared spatial development in the Alps, the WIKIAlps Final Conference – a Green Event – was held on ​4 December 2014, EURAC research, Bolzano, Italy.
Do you want to join us?
If you want to share your knowledge with us, please register here. To get more information read the article on how to contribute to WIKIAlps for enabling a sustainable, balanced and shared territorial development in the Alpine Space.
The WIKIAlps project
The WIKIAlps project runs from October 2013 till December 2014 and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund in the frame of the European Territorial Cooperation Programme Alpine Space. Find more information on the project homepage
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